Ever dropped your phone on your face while lying down?
Last night I dropped my phone on Sam’s face who was lying next to me.
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must say i was very disappointed with you "who whore it better" tag.... very ironic and disapointing that such an outwardly progressive person would use this slogan.
You do realise it says “whoworeitbetter”?
As in “who wore it better”?
As in “wore” – as in the past-tense of “wear”?
As in wearing clothes?
"whowhoreitbetter" doesn’t even make sense.
Also yeah, you are correct in your original assumption that I don’t (and shouldn’t) use the word “whore” – not even ironically because that is dumb. I don’t use any words of that sort. Sorry to disappoint you. Outwardly progressive person turns out to be inwardly progressive too!
maybe they're anxious because they want the best for you. it's a fine line in telling people what / what not to do, but in the end they're probably giving advice from their own personal experiences. Moving out was obviously a super healthy decision for you, the money/time cost seems to be worth it. Cars ARE a money trap, no one understands until they buy one. their travel point = terrible however. everyone clashes with their parents, but they do have more experience & want the best... two cents!
Hey, sorry! Damn tumbly app doesn’t alert me of new asks…
Yeah, I see what you mean, and I understand that my parents (kinda) have the whole “we want the best for you” thing going on - only problem is that they think that that is inside a safe box where nothing happens (except maybe praising Jesus). Their idea of what is “best” is one where I sit at the kids table every week, go to church every Sunday, marry at 20, study law and ask their permission to do things. I don’t think they’re really keeping in mind that I’m trying to grow into a self-supporting adult who doesn’t want to get anxiety attacks over trying to decide what’s for dinner. I mean, have you seen Finding Nemo? My parents are Marlin, without the lesson learned at the end, and with a whole lot of extra bible waving.
It just becomes very frustrating after years and years of such blatant non-support for anything I do. They didn’t even come to my graduating exhibition last year. I’m not looking for parental approval I just… no wait, maybe I am. I want their support, and maybe that means approval too. But man, is that too much to ask? Ah, but i’s v. impossible considering what I would have to be/do to obtain that. Maybe just “practical advice” would be more achievable…
Ehhh, I suppose my parents and I clash quite a lot, and there has been a lot of things in the past that haven’t been forgiven completely, such as violence, racism, nonacceptance of their children’s sexual orientation, allowing religion to separate their family etc. so maybe the smaller things seems bigger as it has a lot of baggage attached to it. But it’s hard to explain to other people that my parents don’t take me seriously without sounding like some teenager throwing a tantrum.